Dominic Perrottet has rejected Annastacia Palaszczuk’s request for data that would lead to a tax slug for people from New South Wales with property in Queensland.
Ms Palaszczuk wants NSW citizens to pay land tax for investment properties owned nationwide.
Property Council Acting NSW Executive Director Adina Cirson says she doesn’t think it’s right for the “double tax” to be “applied from across the border”.
“We are in the middle of a housing crisis, what we need is more rental product on the market, not further impediments imposed by governments to make it harder for people to invest,” Ms Cirson told Sky News Australia.
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